The price war in force on electric cars is raging and Volkswagen must succeed in convincing an ever more demanding clientele with its future ID.7. While the first orders are open, the replacement sedan of the Passat reveals its prices and it will be necessary to have a well provisioned bank account.
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ID.7 Pro in the catalog and a Pro S version to come
To make people forget the Passat, which had a great career, but also to relaunch the sedan against SUVs, Volkswagen is betting a lot on its ID.7. Technological and efficient, the technical data sheet of the nearly 5 m long sedan is now well known.
With a 286 hp electric motor placed on the rear axle and a 77 kWh battery in the Pro version, the ID.7 promises more than 600 km of range. A future Pro S version is planned, this time carrying a very large 86 kWh battery, claiming a range of 700 km. Fast charging peaks at 200 kW and should allow stops of less than 30 minutes to fill up with electrons.
In Germany, where orders are open, the price displayed for a Volkswagen ID.7 Pro is €56,995. If the prices are likely to vary when it arrives in France, it is unlikely that we can afford this sedan for less than €47,000, making it de facto ineligible for the ecological bonus. Halfway between the Tesla Model 3 and S, the ID.7 is placed directly opposite a Hyundai Ioniq 6 marketed from €51,400.
At this price, the ID.7 Pro features 19-inch rims, a central 15-inch touchscreen and an augmented reality head-up display system. Obviously, it has the Travel Assist corresponding to level 2 autonomous driving. €60,000.